IRISH PENAL LAW - SOURCE

Source: Abridgement-Robbery, c.34; 3 Stats at L, 396. Note this statute contains two sections 11. There seem to have been some difficulties with the enforcement of these statutes. 6 Ann c.11, sec. 3 notes that the principal inhabitants of a parish, when called to apportion the costs levied on a county, “do usually lay the whole burthen on the poorer sort. “

 

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